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Music and the Spoken Word


Most of the good done in the world is done quietly, simply, even anonymously, observes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Learning is eternal and blesses both the mind and the spirit, the brain and the heart, observes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

No family is perfect, but every family is worth saving, strengthening and protecting, observes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, a combined BYU–Idaho choir and the Utah Valley Institute Choir provided music for the April 2024 general conference.

God gives His children eternal law, based on eternal truth, so they can make wise choices, observes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

The lifelong education of the mind and spirit can help each one of us build a more peaceful world, observes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

The diversity of religious faiths and practices is part of what gives richness to the world, observes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Jesus Christ taught where to find true happiness, observes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

As Jesus called his apostles to leave their nets, He also calls you and me to follow Him, observes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Because He is risen, all humankind will be resurrected and live again. Everything that seems so unfair about life can be put right, Lloyd Newell observes in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. Watch it here.

To hear a quiet voice, a person needs to be quiet too. And those promptings may be missed if there is too much busyness and noise, Lloyd Newell observes in "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Derrick Porter, 42, of Bountiful, Utah, has been named the new executive producer, principal writer and presenter of "Music & the Spoken Word."

It's the inspiring way the Filipino people deal with adversity — they are resilient, keep going when times are tough and are fueled by faith, Lloyd Newell observes in "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Can small gestures, such as giving others the benefit of the doubt, being slower to judge and to truly wish them well, help change the world? Lloyd Newell asks in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word." Watch it here.

Five Georgia senators co-sponsored a bipartisan resolution commending the Tabernacle Choir and the Church for 95 years of "Music & the Spoken Word" and collaboration with the Morehouse and Spelman College glee clubs.

No matter what people have accomplished in the past, life is an ongoing quest to be better — including better spiritually to be gentler, more hopeful and, more loving, Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word.” Watch it here.

Marcos Efrén Zariñana’s ability to crawl into places that others couldn’t reach earned him the nickname la Pulga, “the Flea.” His story is of being in the right place at the right time, Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

It takes a change in perspective to see that “every day in your life is a special occasion,” Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

When people make the conscious choice to align their schedules with their core values, they tend to place eternal things ahead of material things and life can be better, Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Journaling has all kinds of mental, emotional and spiritual benefits. Very often, the most difficult step in journaling is simply getting started, Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word.”